The ChemQuest Group, Inc. has partnered with Agilis Commerce to address demands for digital channels-to-market serving the chemicals and materials industry.
ChemQuest is a global consulting firm focused on tailored business strategy and optimization, technology acceleration and market intelligence.
Agilis is a provider of B2B digital commerce solutions, Agilis Commerce Cloud, for the chemical, plastic and ingredients industry, providing suppliers and distributors with an easy way to build branded digital commerce portals and digital tools that enhance their customers’ journey in a matter of weeks.
ChemQuest will include Agilis Commerce Cloud with its full suite of service offerings. ChemQuest’s services are focused on business strategy and transformation, M&A, manufacturing excellence and technology application and development. It also offers the new TraQr custom interactive dashboard and forecasting tool.
James Swope, ChemQuest chief commercial officer, said, “The Agilis Commerce Cloud has differentiated itself from other e-commerce platforms. It enables the creation of secure, customized portals, which are specifically designed for the chemical industry’s unique needs, helping producers and distributors to differentiate offerings and drive higher margins. This can bring added value to our customers as we work with them to enhance their manufacturing excellence, guide business strategy and grow EBITDA.”
Swope continued, “The platform that Agilis has developed will complement ChemQuest’s business pillars by increasing the size of our toolkit and giving us another resource to bring value to our customers. Every project we do is unique, so we need a range of powerful, customizable solutions to meet each business’ specific objectives.”
Jay Bhatia, CEO and Founder of Agilis Commerce, said, “This increases suppliers’ agility by giving them robust data insights and improves demand forecasting by SKU. The platform also increases efficiency for commercial and operational personnel, who can reach more customers, plan production according to demand, scale strategically and integrate Agilis with their existing resources and networks. On the buyer side, procurement organizations benefit from enhanced service capabilities and rapid access to information.”